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Free Fire Pro Series North America 2022: Prize pool, schedule, and more

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The Free Fire Pro Series is returning to North America for the Spring 2022 season to bring together the continent’s greatest Free Fire players to compete for a slice of the $50,000 prize pool. 

This tournament is one of Garena’s official competitive tournaments in the region and allows players to compete to be the best in North America and introduce more esports fans to one of the world’s most popular games.

Free Fire Pro Series North America 2022: Tournament dates

  • Registration opens starting today, January 25th, 2022
  • Tournament Starting (Open Qualifiers) on February 5th, 2022
  • Group Stages start on February 18th, 2022
  • Grand Finals to be held on April 1st – 3rd, 2022
  • Play-in Phase of the Free Fire World Series 2022 on May 14th, 2022
  • Free Fire World Series 2022 Finals on May 21st, 2022

Participating teams in Free Fire Pro Series North America 2022

Over the next four weeks, the 18 teams who made their way through Open Qualifiers and the six top Grand Finalists from Free Fire Pro Series season one will face off against each other to be one of the top eight teams to advance to the Grand Finals in April and claim part of the $50,000 prize pool. Here are 24 teams participating in this tournament:

  • Pisar Gaming (Last season’s champions, formerly La Bahia) 
  • VIRUS GAMING
  • Fuego
  • IT Official
  • USA ESPORT
  • La ONU
  • Atomic
  • OSAKA
  • Navy Esports
  • Dark Hunters
  • BrothersYT
  • TANKAZ
  • 1A Esport
  • SKB Esport
  • Big Drip
  • Zundel Esports
  • Team 999
  • Rambox Gaming
  • OG Wipe Gang
  • DN Esports
  • Club 9D
  • Hags Esports
  • R15 Official
  • ZRJ PANIC

Free Fire Pro Series North America 2022: Tournament format

Over the course of the next eight weekends, North American teams will compete in Open Qualifiers (capped to 192 teams), with 24 winning teams advancing to the Group Stage, with the last 12 teams standing reaching Grand Finals in April 1st – April 3rd, 2022.

Open Qualifiers can feature up to 192 teams from which 24 teams will advance to Group Stages, where they will be sorted into groups and play for points throughout the stage. In the end, 12 teams will advance to the Grand Finals, to be played over 3 days.

In addition, the top 12 teams from the Free Fire Pro Series North America 2021 will see the top 6 teams receive a direct invite to the Group Stage and the bottom 6 teams are placed into the 4th and final round of Open Qualifiers to play in and secure their spots in the Group Stage. The winning team will then represent North America in the May 14 play-in phase of the upcoming Free Fire World Series 2022 in Sentosa, Singapore, marking the first time a North American team will be participating in the Free Fire global tournament.

The Free Fire World Series is the title’s most iconic offline tournament. The Free Fire World Series 2021 Singapore, delivered record viewership across multiple platforms and hit a peak of 5.4 million concurrent online viewers, which is the highest peak viewership of any esports match in history.

Prize Pool and Broadcasting Details

Along with payouts for the top 12 placing teams, $4,000 worth of bounties will be in play for more chances to win. Players that earn Most Total Kills, Most Kills in One Game, Most Team Booyahs, or any of the other bounties will be awarded a prize bonus for each bounty.

From the Group stage onward, Free Fire Pro Series North America will stream on the Free Fire North America Youtube channel. Fans and spectators can view all scores, updates, and broadcast times at the official tournament website, join the official Discord or follow Free Fire North America on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.

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